This was My student!

I just got this in my email, the second year student in this article
was in my Spiritual Warfare Course I taught in Haiti!
Praise God for his salvation!
—–Original Message—–
From: Donna Buck
Sent: Monday, June 20, 2005 4:49 PM
Subject: Haiti Poweline News 2005
WARNING: This report may be offensive to the faint of heart. But it is
evidence the battle for the soul of Haiti is reaching ever deeper into
Satan's realm––freeing captives.
by Elizabeth Lehman
On a Sunday morning, the voodoo witch doctor walked into church. The
congregation nervously held their breath, since this man was widely
known as a practicing voodoo witch doctor. When he reached the front of
the church, he simply asked to be baptized. The pastor of the church, a second-year student at the OMS Emmaus Biblical Seminary,
counseled him. Two weeks later the witch doctor said he was ready to be
baptized and wanted to share his testimony. Two sentences into the
testimony, he collapsed, shrieking in pain. As the witch doctor was
carried out of the church, the screaming became silent. He was
unconscious for five hours. The following Sunday, the witch doctor was
able to share his testimony without collapsing and was baptized. In his
testimony he said, “Those who owe me money now owe me nothing. Tell
them they have already paid. Jesus Christ paid their debt.” The newly
converted witch doctor requested that people to go to his home and
shrine of voodoo worship and burn it all. They found human heads with
hair still on them which belonged to people who were victims of human
sacrifice. As part of the voodoo ritual, the witch doctor ate and
sacrificed human bodies. But the people followed the newly converted
witch doctor's request and burned all he owned to the ground. Now, the
former witch doctor, his wife, and baby are homeless, have no
possessions, and no employment. They only have the clothes they are
wearing and most vitally, a real reason to live—Jesus Christ.
Elizabeth Lehman, from Martinsville, Indiana, is a recent graduate from
Taylor University Fort Wayne, majoring in English Studies and
Journalism. As a freelance writer and photographer, she has been widely
published. With a passion and heart for missions, Elizabeth has been on
11 short-term missions trips to Haiti, Ecuador, Jamaica, and the Navajo
and Apache Indian Reservations. She is currently applying to serve with
OMS International as a missionary in Haiti at the 4VEH radio station.
The warfare prayer needs associated with this report are obvious.
PLEASE PRAY! (A follow up to this story will appear in the next ACTION
Gene Bertolet Haiti Prayer Coordinator